At Backstage Pub and Grill, you can snack away on tasty pub grub.
The chefs at Backstage Pub and Grill know how to prepare tasty, gluten-free and low-fat meals.
Round out your meal with a little tipple — Backstage Pub and Grill has a terrific drink list, including beer, wine, and more.
Backstage Pub and Grill is known for its happy hour deals and steals.
Having a lot of friends can be complicated, but Backstage Pub and Grill makes it easy to please everyone.
Backstage Pub and Grill also offers delivery and carry out if you're in the mood for the restaurant's cooking but prefer to provide your own ambience.
You can also have Backstage Pub and Grill cater your next event.
Store your car on the street or in a nearby lot at Backstage Pub and Grill.
Backstage Pub and Grill offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike.
Chow down for less at Backstage Pub and Grill, where a meal almost always costs under $15.
All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Actor and comedian Russell Brand frees chortles from belly prisons with his unique style of manic, irreverent humor. Riffing on the nature of fame and celebrity, Brand regales audiences with edgy observations and outsized characters to delight audiences grown bored with tamer comedians and telephone time-of-day services. Visiting a series of colleges, the tour filters the eccentricities of American universities through Brand's singular wit. George Mason University's recently renovated Patriot Center contains the glee in arena-style seating, ensuring everyone has a clear view of both Brand and the cricket whispering jokes in his ear.
Even from outside, where the red-orange door and window frames pop against the dark-gray façade, it’s clear that Marotta's takes contemporary eating to a new level. Inside, patrons immediately notice that their traditional menus have been replaced with Apple iPads. And once minds are made up, attentive servers place orders through iPods Touch, feeding tickets immediately into the kitchen. Even credit and debit cards can be conveniently swiped right at the table. Though traditionalists can still pay at the register or place their orders with Old-World Italian robots, owners Chris and Dee Marotta hope the digital options broaden and improve their customers' overall experiences.
To ensure their 50-seat bar-risto is steeped in just as much traditional flavor as technological convenience, Chris and Dee hired Executive Chef Edward Bradt. Chef Bradt brings his culinary experience as the former head chef at The Van Dyck Lounge to classic offerings such as juicy filet mignon, veal, and seafood in a cornucopia of sauces, from a tart, sherry-infused marinara to a peppery madeira demi-glace. A full wine menu assures a complementary pairing with any of the 12-inch red or white pizzas, each slow baked in a wood-fired oven with pancetta, goat cheese, and fresh basil. Patrons can two-hand signature sausage burgers as they attempt to ask muffled questions of Marotta's tech guru, Joe Leverett, about the restaurant's other wireless wonders, including tabletop children's games and iPad-accessible valet service.
Follow the four-leaf clover to Pinhead Susan's, an Irish watering hole with a heavy hand.
Comfort food at its best,
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Pinhead Susan's also provides alcohol, so diners don't have to worry about bringing their own bottle.
Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Pinhead Susan's — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks.
Head on over to Pinhead Susan's for weekday and weekend happy hour.
Whether you have a large or small group, Pinhead Susan's can accommodate both.
At Pinhead Susan's, you can connect to wifi for a small surcharge.
If your weekend plans include a trip to the restaurant, avoid the packs of people by securing a reservation ahead of time.
You can also grab your grub to go.
Pinhead Susan's' mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less.
Stop by for three square meals a day — Pinhead Susan's serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Legend has it that in 1901, on his way from the Adirondacks to Washington, where President McKinley had just been shot, Vice President Theodore Roosevelt made a pit stop in Ballston Lake. There, he allegedly ate a meal at Carney's Tavern—then known as the Ballston Lake Hotel—and used its telephone, one of the area's first. Historians aren't totally convinced of Roosevelt's appearance, but none dispute the rich heritage of the restaurant, which has nourished diners since 1877.
These days, chef Michael Pallozzi continues that legacy as the head of the tavern's kitchen. Along with timeless options such as grilled reuben sandwiches and veal parmesan, he creates more contemporary dishes, such as pizzas topped with shrimp and wild-leek pesto. Chef Michael's feasts unfold in a spacious dining room enhanced with historical touches, including an original tin ceiling and a trolley rail now serving as a bar footrest.
Grab some friends and head on over to Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge for great pub grub.
The food at Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated.
Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge can provide comfortable seating options for parties of any size.
Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience.
You can also have Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge cater your next event.
With a parking lot adjacent to Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge, you won't get stuck circling the block.
Treating yourself doesn't mean breaking the bank, come taste the great dishes Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge has to offer.
Chipshots Restaurant and Sports Lounge has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.